Natural swimming pool design idea
Natural billabong style pool uses split stone tiles and dry stone walling to maintain a natural organic swimming pool design
By working with natural stones that reflect the colours and textures of the surrounding bushland this pool maintains a natural feel that perfectly suits its landscape. Play around with both colours and textures when designing your outdoor space, and don’t forget a feature wall can be just as important as pool coping and surrounding paving.
Your swimming pool design starts here
If you’re thinking about swimming pool designs it’s a good idea to consider your aesthetic objectives: what will fit with the overall garden design? What kind of design styles do you like? And what material palette are you using in the landscape design? You also need to consider the functional objectives – is your pool salt water or chlorine? Does the paver’s texture provide a non-slip surface? There are a few variants that can affect product selection so it’s always best to discuss these with your swimming pool designer or swimming pool builder in the early stages of your pool design project. For example, some sandstones may not be suitable for a saltwater pool or some pool designs may require custom product sizing.
When it comes to swimming pool tile design and choosing the appropriate pool paving products, a key consideration is the coping around the pool. ‘Coping’ refers to the tile or paver that creates the edge around the pool, joining it with the surrounding paving or landscaped area. Depending on the Eco paving stone selected, there are a number of coping options available. From granite and bluestone to travertine and concrete pavers we have a variety of coping styles including traditional round bullnose coping units, rebated coping or even square edge coping for a crisp contemporary look.
The best place to start is by collecting and pinning pool ideas and images that appeal to you, remembering to take into consideration both the aesthetics and functional requirements of your space. That way when you have your first conversation with a swimming pool builder or swimming pool designer, you’ve got a good jumping off point. If you don’t know any, come and talk to us and we can point you in the right direction.